All of the accompanying patterns for the tale of Potluck Yarn are available at the Supersock Store.
Patterns and a novel sound great! I do think you should call the book Knitting Witches, however, as it would intrigue more people outside of the knitting comunity. They may end up becoming knitters as a result!
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Cheryl Potter and the Knitting Witches will be attending the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival on May 2nd and 3rd (visit SheepandWool.org to learn more)….
We’ve received a new submission to our Call For Design Ideas promotion (which will include around a dozen winners, and you can still enter here: http:…
Today, Secrets of the Lost Caves officially releases. Book 2 of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy is now available for immediate purchase on Amazon and Barnes…